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. innovation has the most jobs. the government invent the automobile? now. >> host: elizabeth ames, was at right to read a book with steve ford's? >> guest: a great experience and it was almost in a way like higher education. >> host: one of the themes we've been talking with authors on freedom fest is the moralism or a moralism. is there a component you agree to capitalism? >> guest: capitalism is moral because it is about beating the real-world needs of other people in a free market transaction is a reciprocal exchange. but each person provides benefit to the other. i sat in interviewing, talks about it is each side gets to the other. so capitalism -- basically people who believe in big government see a free market transaction is a one-sided transaction each side gets benefits. it may not be ideal. but there is benefit always been a transaction, otherwise he would not occur because it's in a free market. no one is forcing you to go into this exchange and that is why there's benefits on both sides. if you're being forced, the unilateral transaction is one that takes place between
sally bedell smith recounts the life of queen elizabeth ii who was under the british throne in 1952 at the age of 25. the author examines the queens public and personal life and politics and prose bookstore in washington d.c.. >> before we get started let me tell you because we are going to have a long signing line this evening. so if you want a book signed but you don't want to stand in line, purchase a book, and leave it at the information counter with the introductions of how you would like it signed and then you can pick it up anytime after tomorrow morning and we will get it signed for you. i am barbara and me. i'm one of the founders of politics and prose, and this evening i want to welcome sally bedell smith. i have introduced her several times before and this evening she is here to talk about her new biography, of elizabeth who is in hers 60th -- 50th year as the queen. for diamond anniversary. and chronicling the life of pamela harriman, diana, the kennedys and the clintons, sally has well established herself as a prominent biographer, prominent and best-selling biographer
in washington, d.c., sally bedell smith presents her book, "elizabeth the queen: the life of a modern monarch." it's about 40 minutes. [applause] >> thank you so much, francis, for that generous introduction. i have to tell you that i'm especially honored to be introduced by francis today because, um, our friendship goes back to the mid 1990s when my husband stephen was the foundiny editor of "civilization," the wonderful magazine of the library of congress, and francis was his highly-capable deputy editor. the magazine, unfortunately, fell victim to the first wave of infatuation with the internetca and lost its funding, but francis has gone on to be a top editor at "the washington post." as aye been travel -- as i'vengo been traveling around the country talking about queen elizabeth ii, the one consistent question i have heard is what did you learn that surprised you.n well, the answer is that it seemed like there was something unexpected around almost every corner. in the course of my research, i made numerous discoveries about b the way the queen goes about her job and about aspects of her
. it does the government and with the automobile? know. >> elizabeth ames, what is it like to write a book with steve forbes? >> is a great learning experience and in a way it was sort of like a higher education. >> customized better. >> one of the themes we have been talking with here through the best of all about is the amoral as of capitalism. is there a moral component in your view? >> yes there is and that will be the subject of the next book coming out at the end of the month at the end of august. capitalism is immoral because again, it is about meeting the real world needs of other people and its a free-market transaction as a reciprocal exchange but it's each person provides a benefit to fielder. george gilder to why so you interviewing talks about it as giving, each side gives to the other. succumb to what was on, basically people who are -- who don't believe in the government they see the free-market transaction as a one-sided transaction that is exploitation but each side gets the benefit. it may not be ideal but there is benefit in the transaction otherwise it would not occur b
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to take back. elizabeth warren, the brains behind obama's consumer protection bureau. we're back with our panel. so mary, very rare for a republican to hold the brown in a special election. what is his strategy to hold on to the seat? >> he is positioning himself as an independent, as a person who is going to represent every person in massachusetts. he is calling out elizabeth warren on her hypocrisy which you sue when she called herself a native american. she has represented big companies trying to deny payments to retirees. bankrupt steel company and travelers insurance. >> paul: so underlying her authenticity. >> not just that but she understands the plight of the common person. >> paul: we have back-to-back ads by scott brown followed by elizabeth warren. >> elizabeth warren is trying to put her heritage behind her. she identified herself as native americans but they have zero evidence of. she is face tough questions about she is minority for professional gain. >> it keeps changing. >> is there anything that is going to come out about you that we don't already know? >> i don't think s
was elizabeth edwards burger she was ridiculed for her weight and appearance even after she died some appointed to her appearance. it is a good example of the scrutiny they feel when they run for office or as the spouse's candidate. >> i cannot remember a single time someone said why is the president not wearing a suit or why as governor romney wearing jeans? i had a candidate who was known for wearing gucci loafers. that is the only example i can think of. >> jimmy carter wore the blue jeans. but nothing like what women go through. since kathleen sebelius told of the debate and that ap writer talk about the color of the toenail polish. this was the lead. if you remember when michelle bachmann was running there were photographs of the fat -- french nails if it was appropriate the way they were shaped. then nancy pelosi when she first became speaker there resists series of snapshots wearing pearls. nobody has ever done six types of necktie is. but what you wear can send a message but four men there quickly pushed aside. more casual or uptight but dianne feinstein has fine fashion taste early in
brown and elizabeth warren are locked in an expensive battle that could decide control of the senate. we'll talk to both candidates. will congress avoid sweeping defense cuts. we go one on one with senator john mccain. will a deficit deal be bad medicine for america's top hospitals and insurance companies. we'll explain in the bloomburg analysis. she helps people connect. you need to know julianna glover. i'm peter cook welcome to bloomburg governments capitol gain. if your business is washington stay with us the next half hour. for the impact on government action in business and the economy and the people who matter. governments begin with elections. and this election will set the stage for the most important fiscal debate the country has faced. we'll talk about it. in a moment we'll take you inside the congressional race wall street cares about most. but first a quick take on bloomburg governments key findings this week on washington's winners and losers. so big they're known as the primes may have to make room for a 6th. according to an analysis the pentagon is likely to bless the pro
. at this hour, senator scott brown and elizabeth warren just wrapped up a debate. their first. we'll show you how mitt romney is dragging down republicans all over america. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. >>> when you express an attitude that half the country considers itself victims, my thinking is maybe you haven't gotten around a lot. >> the president is destroying mitt romney for denigrating half of america. and mitt romney is scrambling to explain his own family's history of welfare. >> my dad had to get financial h help, the government helped his family to be able to get on their feet again. >> howard fineman on the republican train wreck. and we'll go to boston for live reaction to the elizabeth warren/scott brown debate. >>> mitt romney says, he would have an easier time getting elected if he were mexican. and he uses a slur to describe undocumented immigrants. tonight, we'll go live to miami for reaction from the latino community. >>> and mitt romney's coal miner photo op is backfiring in his face. >> people wonder how they're going to have a brighter future. >> i'll tell y
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with elizabeth banks'. her latest project, the new film called "picture perfect." we are glad to have joined us. a conversation with actress elizabeth banks', coming up right now. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your you. thank you. >> i am pleased to welcome elizabeth banks to this program. her latest project is a comedy called "picture perfect." here are some scenes. >> the bad boys have just gotten badder. world power. >> this is a list of all the songs we have ever performed. >> there is nothing from this century on here. >> our goal is to get to the finals. >> of bikini car wash is at of the question. >> i am so good at bikini car washes. down for cardio. >> what are you doing?
yesterday. that was just incredible. good morning, everyone. josh is off. great to have elizabeth and amy here. and let's go right back inside that room yesterday. those moments when robin got the bone marrow transplant. you see everyone there, surrounded by family and friends. >> it took just minutes. >> it took just five minutes. and it was just amazing. sam, i know you were there yesterday, for the moment. >> she looks great. >> i was fine until you guys showed that again. >> oh. >> let me just say it was -- the room had this incredible feeling of hope and strength in it. and they say that healing has a lot to do with the mind. and, elizabeth, we were talking about this a little earlier. >> bill moyer spoke about that. >> right. >> i can't believe we're not on the track to a good success because that room was a powerful room. >> joy. >> from your lips to god's ears. >> joy. it was like a celebration of life. >> a birthday. >> we'll talk to robin's doctor in a little while. >>> and a big headline. all those u.s. troops home from afghanistan. 33,000 sent in two years ago. they're all com
economy by making things easier for the top 2% of this country. elizabeth warren knows that's wrong. i think the voters in massachusetts knows that's wrong. >> felix arroyo. thanks for being with us tonight. i appreciate your time so much from massachusetts on "the ed show." that's "the ed show." i'm ed schultz. the "rachel maddow show" starts right now. >>> good evening, ed, i have to ask you about the clip you played from the debate in boston. >> sure. >> what is wrong with elizabeth warren being native american? >> there's nothing wrong with that. that's why i asked, why would he go down that road? it's a cheap shot. do people in massachusetts, or anywhere in this country, really care about ethnicity now when it comes to public service? i mean, i think that it was just a marquee mistake on his part to go down that road. >> it is amazing to me. you know, it didn't move the polls when he was doing it before and it ultimately comes down to him saying, she shouldn't be a senator because she's native american. >> how do you think she handled the answer? i thought it was terrific. >> i
out. to give us the lowdown on the next episode, stars giancarlo esposito and elizabeth mitchell join us from north carolina. always like to watch the show's premier? -- what was it like to watch the show's premier? >> exciting to watch the show kick off, especially one like this. very satisfying for me to see. i love billy burke, i think he is a hero. but i was also impressed by the wonderful performance of tracy spiridakos. the key to our show. >> she is the heart. she is standing on the inside. >> fantastic actor. giancarlo, you have been part of some degree productions -- "breaking bad" most recently. but i remember you from way back when in "do the right thing." >> i just saw that! >> how is your character on this show different? >> my history, i love movies, tv, but while less, sergio leone movies. be riding a horse in this and have a background as a former insurance adjuster is to add spice to it, and to be in a show that has the ability to go back into flashbacks -- to see all of our backgrounds, it has me even more excited. it is a show with everything in it. science, real ch
you played from the debate in boston. >> sure. >> what is wrong with elizabeth warren being native american? >> there's nothing wrong with that. that's why i asked, why would he go down that road? it's a cheap shot. do people in massachusetts, or anywhere in this country, really care about ethnicity now when it comes to public service? i mean, i think that it was just a marquee mistake on his part to go down that road. >> it is amazing to me. you know, it didn't move the polls when he was doing it before and it ultimately comes down to him saying, she shouldn't be a senator because she's native american. >> how do you think she handled the answer? i thought it was terrific. >> i mean, i think she has the moral high ground on this. if i were her, i would show more outrage. i think what she explained is sort of incontrovertible but he's trying to make it an issue. i find it remarkable. i don't understand why it's sort of not more of a scandal. >> from the clips i saw, she showed tremendous poise tonight. this was her first real debate on the big stage at this level in politics. rache
against his democratic challenge elizabeth warren. now he's slipping behind. in four of the five most recent po polls in the senate race, elizabeth warren is now beating scott brown. we got their first debate last week. and scott brown decided what he was going to make that debate about, what he was going to bring up unprompted repeatedly, what he's decided to make his campaign mostly about now is his judgment on elizabeth warren's racial heritage, her family heritage, her race. >> professor warren claimed that she was a native american, a person of color. as you can see, she's not. that being said, she checked the box and she had an opportunity, actually, to make a decision throughout her career when she applied to penn and harvard. >> she tried to make the heritage part of the campaign before. remember back in may? got a lot of national press. he started with a line of attack that he should be the authority on the family tree. he gets tons of national attention. but his argument, scott brown running against elizabeth warren's native american heritage did not play with voters in mass
of transcanada is here with details in a first on fox interview. >>> democratic darling elizabeth warren slams inequality at convention but a former bain capital managing director ed kinard says the growing wealth gap is actually a good thing. he joins me to explain that one. we can't wait for that. even when not, it he is always about money. a even when they say it's not it is always about money. you know it that i don't to say it every day. because you know that. here are the he had he lines. bond buying program from the european central bank is getting roaring approval. the latest attempt to solve the european debt crisis. dow, s&p and nasdaq closing at a level not seen before the 2008 financial crisis. the blue-chips rising 24 points. what a day for the bulls. investors also flocking to gold as a result of all that. the precious metal hitting a six-month, breaking through 1700. it settled at 1705.60. >>> amazon debuting its latest kindle. the company making its biggest splash with a high def kindle fire. investors loving it. they closed just 2% below their all-time high. >>> to our top sto
to look at the upcoming legislative and policy agenda which involves technology. elizabeth wasserman is the tech editor at politico. ms. wasserman, one of the issues that we've covered on "communicators" over the past year and that keeps coming up is cybersecurity. what's the status of it, and do you see further action this fall? >> guest: yes. when the senate last, when the senate left town this summer, they had just failed to pass a democratic-backed bill on cybersecurity that was calling for, um, more requirements on critical infrastructure industries such as, you know, power plants, pipelines and water systems. um, the parties, um, didn't want to leave it as a full bust. they gave a lot of lip service to the fact that they could come back with a compromise. however, in the intervening time we had the political conventions, and each party fueled the topic with a little more rhetoric and finger pointing. and so, um, it's really going to be interesting to see whether they revisit cybersecurity when they come back in town. >> host: now, there has been some talk that president obama m
there. good morning, america. robin with her family in mississippi. great to have elizabeth vargas. >> i'll give it a go. >> you will give it a go. lots to get to this morning. all of you heading into rush hour, you know this already. those gas prices, the highest on record for this time of the year. we'll get into why in just a bit. >>> and blazing wildfire in the west. three hikers were stranded behind the fire lines and had to be rescued. so many people have been evacuated. we'll have more on why this particular fire has been tough to fight. it's been tough for the west coast of the united states. >>> also this morning, brand-new details on the shocking case about the u.s. open tennis umpire charged with murdering her husband. her daughter speaking out this morning. why she says the allegations are, and i quote, insane. >> all that coming up. >>> but we do begin on the gulf coast. so many areas still under water, almost a week after hurricane isaac tore through the region. president obama broke off the campaign trail to visit one of the hardest hit neighborhoods in louisiana. and ryan
. >> robin is back in new york to begin medical treatment. and great to have elizabeth vargas here. >> and it's great to be here. glad robin is back and getting better. and great to have you back, too. pulling an all nighter. >>> we have lots of news, aside from the convention. storms are brewing in the atlantic and in the gulf, including that strengthening hurricane leslie. sam has been tracking all of this. and he'll check in in a minute. >>> also ahead a verdict in the drew peterson trial, a jury found him guilty of first degree murder of his third wife. her family saying it was the justice they never thought they would get. >>> take a look at this, by the way. a fourth grader about to catch a baseball. you've seen it before when the player goes to toss it in the crowd and some big oaf gets in the way. >> oh. >> that pouty face. we're going to turn that frown upside-down in just moments. >> and he even goes like this. ta da! >> and looks her in the face. like, "sorry!" >> you know, we do have a lot of news to get to. >>> let's get, now, to the race for the white house. president obama acce
now is basing his re-election campaign for the senate on the issue of elizabeth warren's ethnicity and what he thinks it really is. >> professor warren claimed that she was a native american, a person of color, and as you can see, she's not. that being said, she checked the box and she had an opportunity, actually, to make a decision throughout her career, when she apply to penn and harvard, she checked the box claiming she was a native american. and you know, clearly she's not. >> clearly. "clearly she's not." that was how he opened up his first debate against elizabeth warren. the very first ad that scott brown aired after that first debate was not an ad addressing any specific issues in the country or in the senate race, but rather an ad attacking elizabeth warren on the basis of race. scott brown has had a campaign website up for weeks in which he describes elizabeth warren as a, quote, fake indian. that's the language he yauses o his website. after all of that, scott brown said yesterday while he did not condone the tomahawk chop, war whoop, making fun of native americans beha
. robin is with her family in mississippi right now. happy to have elizabeth vargas with us. what a night here last night. when michelle obama came out, the crowd was electrified. she brought them to their feet. she didn't mention mitt romney at all last night. all the other speakers did. their message was, mitt romney doesn't get the middle-class. his policies will hurt the middle-class. >> she did not mention mitt romney. but she obliquely talked about him, talking about the income gap. at any rate, we'll get more to the highlights of her speech. she brought a lot of people to tears in the hall last night. >> striking that chord of family. >> exactly. >>> also developing overnight, a massive wildfire burning right now outside los angeles. thousands of people evacuating. now, new concerns that it won't be under control until next week. and that is really something. it's burning out of control at this point. lara? >> our thoughts are with them. i was asking josh, is that anywhere near -- >> it's right over the ridge. >> our thoughts are with everyone there. >>> we know how hard it is to g
the highest profile senate rate in the country between scott brown and elizabeth warren has turned into a flat out racial campaign with the republican incumbent running against his challenger just straight up on the basis of race. everybody has been reporting on this campaign as if that fact about it is normal, but it's really not normal. it's not even normal in a country where we still have native american football mascots. the brown campaign running on race got worse today. it's hard to believe, but it did. that story is ahead. producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. why not take a day to explore your own backyard? with two times the points on travel, you may find yourself asking why not, a lot. chase sapphire preferred. there's more to enjoy. look! she wears the scarlet markings! [ man ] out! your kind is not welcome here! nor yo
the highest profile senate race in the country between scott brown and elizabeth warren has turned into a flat out racial campaign with the republican incumbent running against his challenger just straight up on the basis of race. everybody has been reporting on this campaign as if that fact about it is normal, but it's really not normal. it's not even normal in a country where we still have native american football mascots. the brown campaign running on race got worse today. it's hard to believe, but it did. that story is ahead. >>> reelection campaign of scott brown of massachusetts is not afraid of stunts. it's like an ann colter column. except it's a senate campaign. so for example, earlier this month on the anniversary of occupy wall street, scott brown's staffers went to an elizabeth warren event and tried to deliver this cake to her. get it it? elizabeth warren is like an occupy activist. so she gets a cake from scott brown. their stunt was trying to deliver this melting sheet cake. they were so proud to have it they tweeted a picture of themselves trying to pull off the stunt. there's
to have elizabeth vargas. and amy robach here with us. sam, good to see you. david muir is here with a lot of big breaking stories to get to, including a big story for the romney campaign. they cannot catch a break. there's this new tape from a closed-door fund-raiser, romney tried to put it out last night. unusual post-10:00 p.m. press conference. they're goes to assess the damage and talk about how romney recovers that. >> at one point in this fund-raiser, he's on tape recorded saying, i will never convince these people, who don't pay taxes. he said they should take personal responsibility for their lives. the fallout is continuing. >>> also breaking overnight, actually just a couple minutes ago, a dangerous prison escape, directly on our border with mexico. more than 130 inmates make a dash to an underground tunnel, setting off a massive search by police and soldiers just over the texas border. we're going to have the latest on that. that border between the two countries continue to be volatile. >>> and big news for anyone struggling to diet. the first prescription weight loss drug to h
for elizabeth warren. she was given the other speaking spot right before bill clinton. it gave her a badly needed chance for a boost in her massachusetts race against scott brown. >> the system is rigged. look around. oil companies guzzle down billions in profits. billionaires pay lower tax rates than their secretaries. and wall street ceos, the same ones who wrecked our economy and destroyed millions of jobs, still strut around congress, no shame, demanding favors, and acting like we should thank them. does anyone here have a problem with that? well, i do too. i do too. >> so, guys, i thought it was a strong speech, but i have to say elizabeth warren has a problem here. she's fallen several points behind, i think about five or six points behind scott brown in this race. i think there's a frustration and a concern among democrats in massachusetts and nationally that the elizabeth warren that everyone was introduced to last year -- if you remember, there was that viral video where she had this impromptu explanation of the social contract. it was charismatic. i think democrats looked at that
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